It looks like a "Final Fantasy 7 Remastered" demo is about to launch, and that surprise has now disappeared due to a leak.
Square Enix seems to be about to show publicly Final Fantasy 7 Remake. The demo was downloaded by the PS4 owner through a modified (hacked) console, and since then they have published parts of the demo online.
Gamstat, a site known for summarizing PlayStation Store data, recently confirmed the existence of the demo, but Square Enix doesn't have to worry about leaking the demo.
Some of this information refers to areas we know will not be in the remake, which means they may be related to future sequels.
There is also an Imgur album on tour, which contains other data mining files and screenshots that reference other parts that we may not see in the final game, and for the first time look at updated designs for certain characters.
The demo itself is a 10GB download and seems to have about 30-45 minutes of game time. Of course, it has not been officially announced, so we don't know when it will drop. Considering the timing of this leak, we quickly bet.
"Final Fantasy 7 Remastered" will be released on PS4 on March 3. The game is a year unique to the Sony platform.